The most expensive hotel, I suppose in the Dead Sea.
The service was very good in the restaurants, but not the same in the reception and room service (very-very slow, without proper hospitality for the 5* hotel).
The room was not the best (honestly, we expected more for moab one), but was ok.
Food was varied and nicely performed by chiefs.
Spa area is located in the ground floor and occupied whole floor. It is amazing.
Most of beauticians, massagists have spoken 3 languages- hebrew, english, ukranian/russian.
The beach is private one, but you have to cross the road to reach it.
Entertainment: every evening singers sang popular international songs. Quite nice. We enjoyed it a bit after dinner before sleep.
We have been there during Jewish Easter. All country has a week holiday.
The impact on tourists was significant if we are talking about price (eg taxi, exchange rate etc).
Overall, we enjoyed our city-break.
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- Also Known As:
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel And Spa
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel Ein Bokek
- Hotel Isrotel Dead Sea
- Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel & Spa Israel